Virima Technologies Inc., an IT Operations software development company changes name of product portfolio to Virima.
Virima will now be the standard naming convention for the suite of products formerly known as EcosystemManager, designed for the IT Asset discovery, IT Asset Management and IT Service Management markets.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) MARCH 14, 2018
Virima Technologies will realign its strategic direction and products to provide clarity to the market. After consulting with clients and product management and to address Virima’s expanding portfolio, it will simplify and differentiate its brand and product offerings in a crowded and competitive IT market.
“Virima technologies was founded on the guiding principles of supporting Visual Risk Management. Our belief is that you need improved management of the things you cannot see and apply best practice management of both devices and the processes that support your IT operations. Connecting the […]
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